Horror

‘Immanence’ Discovers a Mysterious Signal in the Deep Sea This February [Trailer]

Kerry Bellessa, director of the under-the-radar indie Amber Alert, is back with his next horror offering, a psychological terror tale that looks like Event Horizon on a boat.

Immanence watches as a team of radio astronomers discover a mysterious signal in the deep sea that could be the world’s first contact with extraterrestrials, while investigating a meteor strike in the Bermuda Triangle. Deadline reports that it’s coming to Digital/VOD February 4.

Here’s the full synopsis for Immanence from distributor Buffalo 8…

“After witnessing various impossible phenomena, the team becomes convinced that something is trying to communicate with them. Aboard their boat is Jonah (Michael Beach), a loner with a mysterious past and cryptic motives. His faith leads him to suggest that this communication may be a manifestation of divinity, a hypothesis which the scientists immediately reject. Soon the communications go from inexplicable to terrifying, threatening not only the team’s beliefs, but also their lives. When chaos culminates in an ominous revelation that makes everyone a threat, the team must fight for both their sanity and survival.”

Michael Beach, Summer Bellessa, Anthony Ruivivar, Eugene Byrd, Jamie McShane, and Asenneth del Toro star in Immanence, which was written by Bellessa and Joshua Oram.

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